THE ALEXANDER TECHNIQUE

We go through life “doing”as much as we can and often as quickly as we can.  And the world is moving faster all the time.  This brings about elevated levels of tension throughout the body, mental stress, a busy mind and a disconnection between our mind and body.  The Alexander Technique teaches us that we can pause and reconnect our thinking, body and mind so that we can function more effectively and with less stress.

In the process of studying the Alexander Technique we become more mindful of not only our body usage, but of how our thinking and emotions affect and reflect throughout the body.  The technique shines a light on patterns of tension and habits of movement and thought that interfere with our innate ability to  live life with greater ease.

CONTACT

Karla Booth Diamond

 

153 Main Street, Mount Kisco, NY, 10549

Tel: 914 • 649 • 9565

Email:westchesterat@gmail.com

KARLA

Karla Booth Diamond

Karla is a certified Senior Teacher of the Alexander Technique graduating from ACAT in 1990. With a background in dance and bodywork, the Alexander Technique was the perfect place to combine her studies of philosophy, anatomy, movement and healing. Karla has taught workshops in Australia, Sweden, the UK, Sweden, and throughout the United States.  She has also taught workshops at the National and International AGM’s.

 

As a teacher Karla works with people from all walks of life and all ages. She has taught workshops on the Alexander Technique to Musicians, Physical Therapists, Office Staff, Teachers, Pregnant Women, Runners, Singers, Actors and anyone interested and curious about how they can change their habitual movement patterns to find more ease in everyday life. 

Awareness, Poise, Balance

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"People do not decide their futures.  They decide their habits, and their habits decide their futures "

Fredrick Matthias Alexander